Top Las Vegas Restaurants That You Must Try


If Las Vegas is on your itinerary even on a business trip, there is no way you are going to miss what the city has to offer. Nevada’s most vibrant city, Las Vegas can keep you grooving all night with its glamour and glitz. But at the end of the day when you feel hungry, head to one of these restaurants and treat your taste buds. These eating joints won’t disappoint you and will keep you high.


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Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand: France’s celebrated chef Joel Robuchon brings his finest French cuisine to Las Vegas. If you want to treat yourself to luxury and want to feast like a King, this is the place. You can order a 6 course meal or even a 16 course and be spoilt for choice. It is not as formal as you may think. You can glance over while the chef prepares his best at the kitchen and can take a comfortable casual corner to enjoy the spread. Don’t forget to try seasonal dishes like steak tartar and ice-cream deserts with tarts.

Picasso at Bellagio: Whether you like French cuisine or Spanish, this place serves both and the best thing about the restaurant is its ambience. You can look over the Bellagio Fountains while you eat the delicacies. The Strip is also seen if you choose a seating on the patio. You order from over 1500 dishes.

Guy Savoy at Caesar’s Palace: This restaurant has topped the charts for number of titles like Forbes Travel Five Star Award and Wine Spectator Grand Award. If you have heard of the famous Savoy artichoke and Savoy black truffle soup you must head straight here. There is no other place you can enjoy these French delicacies. Try any dish from the menu and you will never go wrong.

Sage at Aria: If sophistication is what you seek, head here. Shawn McClain brings together many meat and sea dishes to make your Vegas stay memorable. It includes a grilled octopus which is rare on other menus. So experiment and taste some of the new dishes. Don’t forget to ask for absinthe tasting which is served on a cart.

Estiatoria Milos at The Cosmopolitan: Taste Greek and Mediterranean dishes displayed beautifully. There is no better place to enjoy fish delicacies offered on a platter. The large display has open air cooler to keep it fresh. Sit on the patio and enjoy the spread.

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace: If you don’t want a spread limited to a few dishes, go for the mega buffet at Caesars Palace. They have 800 unique recipes in their repertoire and can serve as many as 500 dishes daily. It is segregated into clearly demarcated sections – each one for a global cuisine. Mexican, Japanese, American and much more wait you from 9 different regions.

Twist at Mandarin Oriental: Head to the 23rd floor of Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas. While you eat the best delicacies you can treat yourself to a beautiful view of the Strip. The french windows keep no obstruction in your way. Enjoy the scenic beauty while opting for a 6 course spread. From farm lamb to crayfish the choices are abundant and diverse.

Carnevino at Palazzo: When it comes to steaks there is no better place. They claim to serve only the finest beef which is all natural and free from antibiotics. Lamb, pork or poultry are prepared with different blends and recipes to achieve new fusions. If steak is not your style, go for pastas. And stay high with their drinks menu.

Can’t wait to savour all these delicacies? Next time you are on a business trip to Las Vegas, keep this list handy. And if there is the tradeshow preparation that bothers you, give us a ring. We have innumerable resources to bail you out. Don’t worry about the preparation as we can shoulder every responsibility from booth design to deployment. Exponents is an award-winning exhibit house that knows the pulse of Las Vegas and can help you show up well-prepared for success.